Hangar & Base walkround inspection checklist:

  • ▪️To record observation/finding tap on the question box to open a text field.
    ▪️Include action taken and defect number if applicable.

  • 1) Has the previous monthly workplace inspection been conducted, completed, signed off and any outstanding items transferred to this monthly inspection?

  • 2) Is appropriate H&S information readily available for staff?
    ▪️Evidence of shift briefs, notice boards, top area risks, posters etc.

  • 3) Are first aiders clearly identified with contact numbers displayed?
    ▪️First aid assessment completed.
    ▪️First aid personal with current training.

  • 4) Are first aid supplies available?
    ▪️First aid kit content IAW minimum contents checklist HS-A11-WI.1 Appendix 1.
    ▪️Time ex items within date.

  • 5) Are welfare facilities clean, tidy, adequate and in good repair?
    ▪️Kitchen, toilets, disabled facilities, rest area, changing rooms, lighting, temperature.

  • 6) Area electrical Installations and appliances free from damage?
    ▪️Wall sockets, plugs and cables free from damage.
    ▪️Where applicable test/inspection labels on portable appliances;
    For guidance ref Intranet> help centre> guides and manuals> safety and security> H&S manual> section J4.2.5)

  • 7) Are break glass alarm points and fire fighting equipment easily accessible and free from obstructions?
    ▪️Fire extinguishers in date.

  • 8) Are fire door vision panels clear and door closing mechanisms functioning correctly?

  • 9) Are safety signs correctly displayed, legible and in good condition?
    ▪️Emergency evacuation, fire points, warning signs etc.

  • 10) Are floors, stairs, fire doors, walkways and evacuation routes free from obstructions and trip hazards?

  • 11) Are flammable substances adequately controlled and stored correctly?
    ▪️Substances sealed, in date, stored in flammable cabinets.

  • 12) Are local COSHH assessments available on SYPOL and up to date?
    ▪️Sample 3x chemicals and list details.

  • 13) Are all waste oil/fuel containers emptied and spill kits adequately stocked?

  • 14) Is work equipment in a safe working condition?
    ▪️Examples include pillar drills, grinders, linishers, band saws etc.
    ▪️Equipment observed to be secured, safety guards in place, emergency stops, sound electrical connections.
    ▪️If applicable statutory inspections and planned preventative maintenance 'PPM' tags/labels in date.

  • 15) Is mobile equipment kept in a suitable condition?
    ▪️️Examples include mobile elevated work platforms, forklift trucks, electric tugs etc.
    ▪️Housekeeping standards, emergency stops, safe guards/barrier.
    ▪️If applicable statutory inspections and planned preventative maintenance 'PPM' tags/labels in date.

  • 16) Is all access equipment in good condition and safety features fully functional?
    ▪️Examples include steps, scaffolding, docking etc.

  • 17) Is equipment exposed to adverse weather correctly secured/stored?
    ▪️Protected and secured as required.

  • 18) Is any defective equipment identified and reported?

  • 19) Is the apron clear of foreign object debris 'FOD?

  • 20) Are computer workstations set up correctly and DSE assessments completed for individuals classified as 'users'?
    ▪️Individual or generic assessments recorded on the eRA system.

  • 21) Are engineering personnel in the area observed to be following PPE requirements for the area/task?
    ▪️Mandatory PPE- Safety footwear, safety glasses, hi-visibility tabards.
    ▪️Task specific- Safety goggles, face shield, hearing protection, respiratory protection etc.

  • Additional comments or findings.

  • Additional media if required.

Completion signoff Name and signature required

  • ▪️Manager:

  • ▪️Safety Rep:

  • ▪️Operations Manager/ or equivalent: (Participation required quarterly)

  • Note: Workplace inspections must be stored locally for a minimum of 3 years.

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